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-17 eliminating the redskins from the postseason. the real sports shocker this weekend was in college football. awesome. auburn's stunning win over alabama left fans speechless. >> including auburn's announcer. that alone, not who won or lost, makes it our favorite story of the day. here's abc's rob nelson. >> reporter: by now you have already seen sudden's epic final play in the iron bowl. with no time left on the clock auburn returning the touch down to defeat its archrival alabama. >> he could field it -- >> reporter: you have not truly experienced the euphoria of that moment until you have heard it through the voice of auburn's play-by-play announcer. >> back in the end zone. he will run to the ten, 15, 20, 258, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50. 45 -- there goes davis! >> oh, my gosh! >> davis is going to run it all the way back! auburn is going to win the football game! auburn is going to win the football game! he ran the field goal back! >> reporter: the auburn grad himself, he joined nearly 90,000 fans in an eruption of excitement. >> he ran it back 109 yards! they are not going to keep them off the
is clarifying an error made during the giants and redskins game. it happened late in the fourth quarter. the official incorrectly moved the chains and caused confusion for the redskins over whether it was a first or third down. the league yesterday said the official should have stopped the clock and clarified the situation for both teams before they allowed play to resume. >>> no confusion during the night's saints/seahawks game. seattle out to a 27-7 lead by halftime. taxed on another touchdown in the third for good measure. the seahawks claim the nfl's first playoff spot and destroyed drew brees and the saints. 34-7. seahawks. >> wow. after what they did to the saints, though, it's hard to watch. >> that's convincing. >> oh, my goodness. >>> this year's cyber monday is one for the record books. analysts say yesterday's online sales were up nearly 19% from last year. retailers estimate more than 131 million people clicked their way to deals including deep discounts, free shipping and this is the year cyber monday went mobile. 30% of shoppers used smartphones or tablets. >>> despite a t
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